Board of Directors

The Crockett Foundation is supported by generous individuals who share their talent, their resources and their time to make the mission come to life. A special thank you to the following individuals who serve as ambassadors of our organization.

Meet Our Founders

Today’s youth face unprecedented challenges. From housing insecurity to social media pressures, finding resilience during difficult times is more important than ever.

Brothers Henri and Zack Crockett understand this first-hand, having grown up in a single-parent home in Pompano Beach. After completing successful careers in the NFL, Henri and Zack co-founded the Crockett Foundation to give back to the South Florida community that helped make them who they are today.

Their mission was to establish a foundation that would create inspiring, fun, and innovative programming for Broward County’s youth.
Now two decades later, the Crockett Foundation has provided countless children with the tools they need to succeed. Through a diverse roster of programming, the Crockett Foundation gives children an opportunity to change their realities.

Learning life skills outside the traditional classroom setting empowers our youth to forge a path out of the challenging situations they may find themselves in today – while always remembering where they came from.

Benjamin J. Biard

Vice Chair

Winget, Spadafora & Schwartzberg, LLP.

Eric Muñoz


UBS International

Staci Cross


Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals

Dr. Jennifer Saint Louis

Board Member

ARC Broward

Marc Spoto

Board Member

JM Family Enterprises, Inc

Michele Stocker

Board Member

Greenberg Traurig

Antonio T. Coley

Board Member


Jeremy Westbrooks

Board Member

School Specialty

Brian Reas

Board Member

Northwestern Mutual

Rich Ducharme

Board Member

Brown & Brown

What We Do and Why

  1. We believe that our youth should explore a Coding and Science Technology Engineering Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) education as they prepare for the jobs of the future.
  2. We believe that our youth deserve access to knowledge as they join the competitive academic and job markets.
  3. We believe that our hard-working youth need our assistance to reduce the financial toll that college enrollment bears on both them and their families.

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Our Supporters

Their supportive resources have assisted us in expanding and elevating the quality of programming we offer to our communities.

Benjamin J. Biard

Benjamin J. Biard is a Partner with Winget, Spadafora & Schwartzberg, LLP., a comprehensive legal solutions firm designed to achieving optimal results for their clients. Benjamin focuses his practice on securities litigation, securities regulation and commercial litigation. Mr. Biard has extensive experience representing broker-dealers, registered investment advisors, registered representatives, insurance brokers and hedge funds throughout the United States in a wide array of customer and industry disputes in federal and state courts, as well as before the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) Dispute Resolution. Additionally, Mr. Biard represents clients in regulatory actions before FINRA Department of Enforcement and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Mr. Biard also assists clients in commercial litigation and transactional matters.

Prior to joining Winget, Spadafora & Schwartzberg, LLP, Mr. Biard was the head of the securities litigation and regulatory practice in the Miami office of an Am Law 100 international law firm. Mr. Biard also previously served as in-house trial counsel at Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith Incorporated in New York City and Miami. During his time in-house, Mr. Biard gained first-hand knowledge of what clients expect from their outside counsel to ensure effective litigation. Mr. Biard also draws on his experience to counsel clients on market and regulatory changes that could impact their business.

Mr. Biard is admitted to practice law in Florida. He is also admitted to the Florida State Bar, the U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit and the U.S. District Court, Middle, Northern and Southern Districts of Florida. Mr. Biard is a member of the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (“SIFMA”), Legal and Compliance Division, a board member of the Florida Securities Dealers Association (“FSDA”), treasurer of the Seminole Club of Greater Miami and a board member of the Crockett Foundation. Mr. Biard has also been selected to Florida’s Super Lawyer Rising Stars for years 2012, 2013 and 2014.

Mr. Biard graduated from Florida State University where he earned his B.S., the University Of Baltimore Merrick School Of Business, where he earned his M.B.A., and the University of Baltimore School of Law, where he received his J.D.

Eric Muñoz

Eric Muñoz has more than 15 years of experience in the financial markets and has been a financial advisor at UBS International since 2001. As a vice president of wealth management, he works closely with select high net-worth families across North America, South America and Europe to develop highly customized financial plans and wealth preservation strategies.

Mr. Muñoz is a 2000 graduate of Florida State University with a bachelor’s degree in finance. While a student at FSU, he was an active member of Delta Tau Delta Fraternity, worked for three years at Tallahassee State Bank and graduated with honors. In 2007, he earned his master’s degree and graduated with honors from Florida International University.

Mr. Muñoz has stayed involved with FSU through the Miami Seminole Club as past president and current board member. He is also a board member of the Crockett Foundation and Delta Tau Delta Fraternity – Delta Phi Chapter.

He currently resides in Miami, Florida, with his wife, Stacey, and their dog, Lucy. He enjoys CrossFit, golf and basketball, in addition to attending sporting events and giving back to the community.

Mr. Muñoz was a presidential appointee to the board and plans to share his passion for FSU through his new role.

Staci Cross

Staci Cross is a seasoned development officer with nearly 20 years of experience in creating, developing, and leading multimillion-dollar fundraising partnerships and programs. Staci specializes in Corporate Social Responsibility, corporate fundraising, business development, and management of driven and successful fundraising teams. Currently, she serves as the Vice President of Business Development for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals (CMN Hospitals).

Jennifer Saint Louis

Dr. Jennifer Saint Louis serves as the Associate Vice President for Strategic Partnerships & Innovation at Broward College. In this role, she oversees the Partnership Impact and Employment Solutions departments, as well as the Broward College Entrepreneurship Experience (BCEx), and provides leadership for Broward UP (Unlimited Potential), the college’s community-centric expanded service model dedicated to addressing the educational and workforce needs of local communities with disproportionate unemployment and educational attainment rates. Providing operational oversight for municipal, agency, and employer partnerships and college-wide project management, her division expands and strengthens county-wide collaboration following the Broward UP playbook that leverages resources and networks to improve economic mobility in Broward County through post-secondary education. 

In continued service to the college and community, Jennifer proudly represents the Crockett Foundation as a Board member, is a member of Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance’s Prosperity Broward Community Advisory Board, represents the college on the Health Foundation of South Florida’s South Florida Anchor Alliance, and is a member of the Gulfstream Community Partnership School Cabinet. She is a graduate of the Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Fort Lauderdale Class 27 and is currently participating in Leadership Florida’s Connect Class 13. 

Dr. Saint Louis holds a bachelor’s degree in communication from Florida State University, a master’s degree in higher education administration from Florida International University, and a PhD in communication from Regent University. Jennifer’s research interests examine communication through the lens of social psychology and focus on influence and prosocial behavior change, diffusion of innovation, public communication campaigns, and corporate social responsibility.

Marc Spoto

Marc Spoto is Vice President, Retail Strategy Development & Execution for JM&A Group, a leader in the F&I industry for more than 45 years, serving nearly 4,000 automotive dealerships nationwide. Marc works with a team of talented colleagues focusing on consumer and dealer engagement while evolving JM&A’s digital transaction strategy. Prior to his current role, Marc served as AVP, Marketing for JM&A and communications leadership positions within the Office of the CEO for JM&A’s parent organization, JM Family Enterprises. Before joining JM Family, Marc was a writer for a 24-hour news station and local newspapers throughout the New England region. He returned to Florida for an opportunity to work in advertising for the Florida Marlins. He graduated from Florida State University with a BS in Psychology and holds a MS in Journalism from Boston University. Marc and his wife, Nicole, try to keep up with the busy schedules of their two sons, Samuel and Benjamin. He was an active youth sports coach and current Board Member of The Crocket Foundation and Handy, Inc. When he is not cheering for the Heat, Dolphins, Marlins and Seminoles, Marc is on a never-ending quest to develop a decent golf swing.

Michele Stocker

Michele L. Stocker is a commercial litigator with a broad range of experience representing clients in the financial services industry, including regional and national banks, loan servicers, consumer finance companies, mortgage bankers, credit card issuers, debt buyers and third-party debt collectors. She also regularly advises clients in employment-related matters involving discrimination, harassment, severance agreements, restrictive covenants, and wage and hour issues.

Other areas of concentration include: Telephone Consumer Protection Act, contested mortgage foreclosures, Fair Credit Reporting Act, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, Truth in Lending Act and Regulation Z, mortgage loan orientation and loan servicing issues, unfair and deceptive trade practices, consumer fraud, identity theft, predatory lending, force-played insurance, employment discrimination, sexual harassment/hostile work environment, non-competition/restrictive covenant agreements, wage and hour issues, and class action defense.

Michele’s professional and community involvement includes: serving as a board member for Pine Crest School in Fort Lauderdale, the Museum of Art in Fort Lauderdale, and the Children’s Home Society of Florida – Intracoastal? Division. She also is a member of the American Bar Association, and was a fellow with the Litigation Counsel of America. Michele is a member of the Orange Bowl Committee and vice chair of the Crockett Foundation. She also is a circuit civil mediator with the Florida Supreme Court.

Ms. Stocker received her J.D. from Columbia Law School in, 1990 and B.A., cum laude, Princeton University, 1987.

Antonio T. "Tony" Coley

Antonio T. “Tony” Coley is Regional President for the South Florida Region at Truist Financial Corporation. He assumed his current position in December 2019, upon the closing of the merger of equals between BB&T Corporation and SunTrust Banks, Inc.

In this role, Tony is the company’s senior leader in the market responsible for delivering the full complement of the company’s services to clients in the area and directing the commercial business.

Tony served as President & CEO of Colonial Bank’s Southeast Florida Commercial Banking Division through 2009, when Colonial Bank was acquired by BB&T. At BB&T, Coley led the Broward County market as Market President through April 2012 when he was promoted to Regional President for the Central Florida Region. In 2013, the Central Florida Region was named the Most Improved Region in BB&T’s coveted President’s Award. Tony relocated back to South Florida in July 2016 assume the role of Regional President for BB&T’s South Florida Region.

Tony was born and raised in South Florida and is a graduate of the University of Miami, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree. Tony was a starting linebacker on the University of Miami football team, which won three conference championships and played for two national titles. Tony earned numerous accolades for academics, athletics and community service. Among his honors were selections to the College Football Association’s Academic All-American Team as well as the NCAA’s Good Works Team, a national award recognizing outstanding community service. Tony was also inducted into the University of Miami’s Iron Arrow Honor Society, the University’s highest attainable honor.

Jeremy Westbrooks

Director of Strategic Account Development, School Specialty, LLC, seeks and builds successful business strategies within public sector, K-12, and higher education. Expertise with developing and successfully implementing growth strategies that create business partnerships across North America.

Brian Reas

Brian joined Northwestern Mutual in 2006 at our corporate headquarters in Milwaukee, WI.  In 2017, Brian joined Northwestern Mutual – The South Florida Group in Fort Lauderdale as Chief Operating Officer and in 2020 was promoted to Chief Development Officer.  In this role, Brian drives network office growth through targeted recruiting and improved performance of financial representatives and career advisors during their first five years.

Brian is also dedicated to making an impact in the South Florida community where he serves on the board of The Crockett Foundation, the NSU Art Museum’s Planned Giving Advisory Board as well as partnering with community organizations such as Alex’s Lemonade Stand, Joe Dimaggio Children’s Hospital and the Urban League of Broward County.  Brian is married to his wife Lisa and has two children – Maddox and Adalyn.

Benjamin J. Biard

Rich Ducharme is the Benefit Practice Leader at Brown & Brown, Fort Lauderdale.   Rich graduated from Flagler College with a BA in Business Administration with a minor in Economics.  He resides in Cooper City with his wife, daughter and two boys. In his free time he is an avid golfer, rooting for his native Boston sports teams and spending time with family.